Community Development, Parks & Recreation

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Parks Division

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 Passive Parks

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 Sports Fields

 Kinsmen Arena

 Outdoor Rinks & Toboggan Hills

 Cemetery

 Pest Management

 Campground

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Passive Parks

Parks Division
Tel: (306) 786-1780
Fax: (306) 782-2606
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The City of Yorkton has a number of passive parks throughout the community.  Some of the highlights at our passive parks include walking paths at Logan Green, Shaw Park and Franko Park, an Arboretum/Dulmage Farmstead Heritage Site at the Ravine Ecological Preserve, a mature Americal Elm Stand at Tupper Park and the Botanical Garden located at Logan Green.

Ravine Ecological Preserve
Located on Broadway Street West, the Ravine consists of a hiking trail that works its way through grassland, aquatic and aspen parkland habitat. The 1.7 mile (2.8 km) hiking trail will guide you through the preserve. While visiting, enjoy the natural intergrity and the ecological education.
The Dulmage Farmstead, a municipal heritage site, is located in the south west corner. There you can see the remnants of the buildings from this important heritage site.
   

Logan Green
As part of the water management system at Yorkton's water treatment plant, Logan Green Park includes unique backwash water settling ponds, a fish pond, stream, and siz multi-use sporting fields all located on Logan Green. The natural setting park space is home to the Hearts in Motion Pathway, 6 kilometres of trail that are perfect for walking, joggingor cycling.

   

Logan Green Trout Pond
Fully stocked pond that provides a natural ecosystem with educational opportunities. A provincial license is not required, however hooks must be barbless and live bait is not allowed. A parking lot providing quick access to the fish pond is located off Queen Streed adjacent to the Water Treatment Plant.